Retirement Community Investments

We provide advisory and consulting services in reference to Retirement Community Investments and Development.  There are several types of retirement community options available, and we are available to assist in your search for the best investment.

Types of Retirement Community Developments:

Independent Living Facilities :  offer a multi-family design to those seniors who are less active and who may have difficulty with routine housekeeping. These facilities  offer several additional services, such as meals, housekeeping, transportation and organized group activities. .

Assisted Living Facilities: Are multi-family properties with personalized support services for seniors. These facilities cater to individuals who need assistance with daily activities, but do not require nursing home care.

Skilled Nursing Facilities : provide the  highest level of care, are hospital-like in nature and are, consequently. They are  the most highly regulated of the senior housing facilities, typically
requiring state licenses. They usually provide acute and intensive
medical care, and post-hospitalization and rehabilitation therapies.

Nationwide EB5 Regional Center Affiliations

We are a Regional Center with investment parameters regulated by the USCIS. Foreign investors seeking to invest in a business that will benefit the U.S. economy and create or save at least 10 full-time jobs will invest $500,000 USD in rural or high unemployment areas known as a Targeted Employment Area or TEA. 

The EB-5 Regional Center Investment Program does not require that the foreign investor's investment Project itself directly employ 10 U.S. workers. Instead, it is enough if 10 or more jobs will be created directly, indirectly, or inferred as a result of the investment through an economic report. 

We assist  each investor in their petition USCIS for an EB-5 visa. USCIS solely determines whether the investor qualifies for the EB-5 visa. USCIS' diligence includes a detailed review of the sources of the investor's funds, family history, and other representations of the head of household and his immediate family member under the age of 21.

• There are no business experience or

language skills requirements.
• An investor does not have to be

continuously present in the U.S.
• Freedom to live and work anywhere

in the U.S.
• Freedom to travel outside of the U.S. and return without a visa.
• Freedom to develop and run your own business.
• The ability to sponsor green cards for your relatives.
• Enjoy the educational benefits of permanent residents.
• The opportunity to become a U.S. citizen once you have been a permanent resident for more than five years.